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Poster 89: The Effects of Foot Drop Stimulator on the Parameters of Functional Locomotion in Subjects with Stroke-Related Foot Drop

Dedijer Dujović, Suzana; Vidaković, Aleksandra; Đorđević, Olivera; Gavrilović, Marica; Rosić, Stefan S.; Popović, Dejan; Topalović, Ivan; Konstantinović, Ljubica

(Elsevier, 2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Dedijer Dujović, Suzana
AU  - Vidaković, Aleksandra
AU  - Đorđević, Olivera
AU  - Gavrilović, Marica
AU  - Rosić, Stefan S.
AU  - Popović, Dejan
AU  - Topalović, Ivan
AU  - Konstantinović, Ljubica
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1934148218305483
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4626
AB  - Objective: To determine if conventional rehabilitation program combined with functional electrical stimulation (FES) applied to the ankle dorsiflexor muscles during walking through a foot drop stimulator (FDS) would influence activation of tibialis anterior (TA) and improve walking ability in individuals with stroke-related drop foot. Design: Case series Setting: Post-acute rehabilitation hospital.  Participants: Individuals with stroke-related drop foot. Interventions: All study subjects received the conventional stroke rehabilitation program 5 days a week, 1h a day combined with walking while FES system based on multi-pad electrode applied, for 30min, during 4 weeks. The following outcome measurements were taken at baseline and at post-treatment.  Main Outcome Measures: Surface electromyography (sEMG), gait speed using 10 Meter Walk Test (10MWT), Fugl-Meyer assessment (FMA) and Berg Balance Scale (BBS).  Results: The analyzed recorded EMG signal showed an improvement in both amplitude and frequency spectrum, which indicates an improvement in muscle power of TA treated with FES therapy. Mean increase in 10MWT was 38.7% (P <.05). The initial FMA score increased from 22.9±2.4 to 28.8±3.5 (P < .01) and BBS score increased from 36.6±7.4 to 42.0±8.5 (P < .05).  Conclusions: Our data confirm that FES therapy using multi-pad electrode combined with conventional rehabilitation significantly increase muscle recruitment and improve recovery of functional locomotion in patients with stroke-related drop foot.  Level of Evidence: Level IV
PB  - Elsevier
C3  - PM&R: the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
T1  - Poster 89: The Effects of Foot Drop Stimulator on the Parameters of Functional Locomotion in Subjects with Stroke-Related Foot Drop
SP  - S35
VL  - 10
IS  - 9
DO  - 10.1016/j.pmrj.2018.08.114
ER  - 
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author = "Dedijer Dujović, Suzana and Vidaković, Aleksandra and Đorđević, Olivera and Gavrilović, Marica and Rosić, Stefan S. and Popović, Dejan and Topalović, Ivan and Konstantinović, Ljubica",
year = "2018",
url = "https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1934148218305483, http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4626",
abstract = "Objective: To determine if conventional rehabilitation program combined with functional electrical stimulation (FES) applied to the ankle dorsiflexor muscles during walking through a foot drop stimulator (FDS) would influence activation of tibialis anterior (TA) and improve walking ability in individuals with stroke-related drop foot. Design: Case series Setting: Post-acute rehabilitation hospital.  Participants: Individuals with stroke-related drop foot. Interventions: All study subjects received the conventional stroke rehabilitation program 5 days a week, 1h a day combined with walking while FES system based on multi-pad electrode applied, for 30min, during 4 weeks. The following outcome measurements were taken at baseline and at post-treatment.  Main Outcome Measures: Surface electromyography (sEMG), gait speed using 10 Meter Walk Test (10MWT), Fugl-Meyer assessment (FMA) and Berg Balance Scale (BBS).  Results: The analyzed recorded EMG signal showed an improvement in both amplitude and frequency spectrum, which indicates an improvement in muscle power of TA treated with FES therapy. Mean increase in 10MWT was 38.7% (P <.05). The initial FMA score increased from 22.9±2.4 to 28.8±3.5 (P < .01) and BBS score increased from 36.6±7.4 to 42.0±8.5 (P < .05).  Conclusions: Our data confirm that FES therapy using multi-pad electrode combined with conventional rehabilitation significantly increase muscle recruitment and improve recovery of functional locomotion in patients with stroke-related drop foot.  Level of Evidence: Level IV",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "PM&R: the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation",
title = "Poster 89: The Effects of Foot Drop Stimulator on the Parameters of Functional Locomotion in Subjects with Stroke-Related Foot Drop",
pages = "S35",
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Dedijer Dujović, S., Vidaković, A., Đorđević, O., Gavrilović, M., Rosić, S. S., Popović, D., Topalović, I.,& Konstantinović, L. (2018). Poster 89: The Effects of Foot Drop Stimulator on the Parameters of Functional Locomotion in Subjects with Stroke-Related Foot Drop.
PM&R: the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation American Academy of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationElsevier., 10(9), S35.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmrj.2018.08.114
Dedijer Dujović S, Vidaković A, Đorđević O, Gavrilović M, Rosić SS, Popović D, Topalović I, Konstantinović L. Poster 89: The Effects of Foot Drop Stimulator on the Parameters of Functional Locomotion in Subjects with Stroke-Related Foot Drop. PM&R: the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2018;10(9):S35
Dedijer Dujović Suzana, Vidaković Aleksandra, Đorđević Olivera, Gavrilović Marica, Rosić Stefan S., Popović Dejan, Topalović Ivan, Konstantinović Ljubica, "Poster 89: The Effects of Foot Drop Stimulator on the Parameters of Functional Locomotion in Subjects with Stroke-Related Foot Drop" 10, no. 9 (2018):S35,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmrj.2018.08.114 .